Multichoice Drops Bouquet Prices..Introduces New Package


Multichoice Africa has reduced subscription for three of its bouquets namely  DStv premium, DStv Contact Plus and DStv Compact .The company introduced a new bouquet called DStv Lite which comes below the DStv Access package costing $7.

DStv premium now costs $65 from $72 representing a 9, 72 percent while Compact Plus is now pegged at $40 from $47 showing a 14, 89 percent with Compact is priced at $25 from $28, a 10, 71 percent drop. The prices are effective from today.

“To get right to the point, I am happy to advise that MultiChoice Africa is today announcing a major decrease of DStv subscription prices and is also launching an exciting new entry-level package unique to Zimbabwe and to be known as DStv Lite.

“The price decrease and the launch of the new package will be effective tomorrow, Tuesday September 26,”said Multichoice Zimbabwe Marketing Manager Gerald Ngonyamo.

This is the second time Multichoice reduced its prices for their packages.

 We recognise that our customers are living in tough economic times and would like to alleviate their financial strain by providing them with the best in local and international entertainment at the best possible value.

“Our customers are the reason we exist so we are committed to continuously improving our offering so that it gets better with each and every year,” said Nyagomo.

Multichoice Zimbabwe PR Manager Liz Dziva

He added that DStv Lite was tailormade to suit Zimbabweans’ pockets.

“Created uniquely for the Zimbabwean market, DStv Lite will launch on Tuesday September 26 and is positioned below the existing DStv Access package to deliver best value at S7 a month.

“MultiChoice is happy to be able to give Zimbabweans this package as an option and we are positive that this will give even more Zimbabwean consumers easier access to DStv’s world of information, education and entertainment,” said the marketing manager.

Programmes that will be available on the new package include a mix of local and international general entertainment, children’s programming, music channels, telenovelas, news and sport through 28 television channels — including Sony Entertainment Television, Mzansi Wethu, Mzansi Bioscope, Eva+, Jim Jam, Mindset Learn, One Gospel, Mzansi Music, SuperSport 9 and Ztv — as well as 78 local and international audio channels.

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